Senior Digital Markets Project Officer
The CMA's newly created Digital Markets Unit (DMU) will offer unrivalled opportunities for suitable candidates with transferable skills, including but not limited to experience working in digital markets or using data and technology, or research, policy, government, regulatory, economics or legal skills.
The Digital Markets Unit will regulate and exercise jurisdiction over the most powerful digital corporations. The work will be high profile, compelling and will make a significant impact to millions of people and our relationships with the digital world.
Senior Digital Markets Project Officers will collaborate with policy and operational colleagues to scope projects, identify resources, and monitor progress towards successful completion. Successful candidates will support the internal governance processes of the DMU, ensuring business continuity planning and providing relevant reports to senior decision-makers within the CMA. In addition, you will build and maintain positive relationships with various teams within the CMA, such as the central Programme Management Office and CMA Academy, you will support effective project delivery and team capacity building.
There will be ample opportunity to contribute to specific workstreams, including research and analysis planning, recruitment outreach activities, and stakeholder engagement. To be successful in this role, you will require experience in utilising project management tools and techniques to achieve desired outcomes, being able to effectively manage risks, and adapting plans as needed. Experience in conducting research, analysing information from various sources, and synthesising it to develop recommendations is equally important.
Life at the CMA
Your personal and professional growth is a priority. Whilst working on interesting and varied cases we will support your career advancement through qualifications, mentoring, coaching, and a formal learning programme that covers a wide range of skills. There is a strong emphasis in team collaboration, learning through sharing insights and experiences.
Working at the CMA offers a tremendously diverse, rewarding, and stimulating environment. It is an opportunity to contribute to the public good while challenging and developing yourself along the way. We provide generous benefits, including an excellent pension scheme, a minimum of 25 days of annual leave (which increases to 30 over five years), and extensive maternity/paternity leave provisions. In addition, we offer benefits such as interest-free season ticket loans, a cycle to work scheme, an employee assistance programme, and a favourable consideration for flexible working.
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Closing date for applications: 23.55 on Monday, 12 June 2023
The CMA are an accredited Disability Confident Employer, and we are an equal opportunities employer, welcoming suitably qualified applicants from all backgrounds. We recruit by merit on the basis of fair and open competition, as outlined in the Civil Service Commission's recruitment principles.